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Community Outreach

Han Knakst Tsitxw Society Outreach program provides a drop-in for men and women once per week and a Co-ed drop-in twice a week.  The Drop In Centre has been closed since the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, then due to the Lytton Fire we lost the facility to have Drop In.  We are actively looking for a Drop In Centre facility for the future.  

The main goal of the Reaching out Drop In Center is to provide awareness and promote the prevention of violence and abuse in our families, communities and relationships.

Men’s Drop-in

TBA – dates and times per community vary

The drop-in is open to all men that are 19 years and older. Men are welcome to come have some coffee, chat with service providers and friends, and watch some TV or just to sit down and relax. It is a very relaxed environment with the goal to build healthy connections in a safe, abuse-free environment.

We have the Men’s Drop-in to promote a healthy environment in which men can socialize with each other. During the Men’s Drop-in there is a facilitator who is onsite to have an one-on-one discussion if needed.

Women’s Drop-in

TBA – dates and times vary per community

It is open to all women that are 19 years and older. Women are welcome to come have some coffee, chat with service providers and friends, do crafts, watch some TV or just to sit down and relax. It is a very relaxed environment in which the women are welcome to visit and build healthy connections in a safe, abuse-free environment.

We have the Women’s Drop-in to promote a healthy environment in which women can socialize with each other. During the women’s drop-in there is a facilitator who is onsite to have an one-on-one discussion if needed.

Co-ed Drop-in

TBA – date and times vary

It is open to all men and women that are 19 years and older. Men and women are welcome to come have tea, coffee, snacks and to just chat with service providers and friends. It is a relaxed environment to  socialize, watch TV or just to sit down and relax.  

Co-ed  Drop-in is to promote a healthy environment in which men and women can socialize. During the Drop-in there is a facilitator who is available onsite  to have an one-on-one discussion with you if needed.

Clothing Donations No Longer Accepted

The Transition house is no longer accepting or giving out clothing, nor household donations due to  health standards that we must uphold.

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